During her senior season she averaged an impressive 15.6 points per
game along with 10 rebounds. Powers achieved recognition as an All-Star
in field hockey as a result of her defensive skills.
Powers was a captain in all three sports and finished her SHS career
as the Spartan Blanket Award winner.
After graduating from Stoneham High, Powers attended UMass Lowell
where she had a successful basketball career that culminated with an
ECAC Division II Championship in 1990. Powers finished her senior season
with a .519 career field goal percentage, a single-season school record,
and a .450 career field goal percentage, also a school record. She was
also a prominent rebounder, reaching double figures 12 times her senior
year, including a 17 rebound game against New Haven. Her efforts led her
to being named All-New England College Conference, second team.
Powers manages a pediatric dentist office in Stoneham and lives in
Hopkinton with her husband John and their children Dennis and Greta.